June 19, Indian sports activities information wrap

Published:Mar 9, 202409:26
June 19, Indian sports activities information wrap


FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Ridhima fails to qualify for the ladies's 100m backstroke semifinal

Indian swimmer Ridhima Veerendrakumar didn't qualify for the ladies's 100m backstroke semifinals on the FINA World Championships at Budapest on Sunday.

Ridhima clocked 1:05.41 in warmth 2.

The highest 16 swimmers have certified and Ridhima sits on the thirty fifth spot. Colombia's Jimena Leguizamon topped the desk with a timing of 1:03.16.

FINA World Championship 2022: All you have to know, Indians taking part, schedule, timings

-Staff Sportstar

GOLF - Aramco Staff Sequence

Tvesa Malik shot a second straight 5-over 78 to completed tied-56th within the particular person class on the Aramco Staff Sequence on Sunday.

After having sneaked into the ultimate spherical on the cut-line, Tvesa hoped to show issues round a little bit within the ultimate spherical to get a decent end. Regardless of the troublesome situations, Tvesa obtained off to a constructive begin - registering a birdie - however dropped a shot quickly after, on the third. She made up with a birdie on the fourth.


On a day when pars appeared good, Tvesa rolled in 4 and with others dropping pictures, she moved shut sufficient to smell a spot within the 30s. It was to not be.

Tvesa had a triple bogey on the ninth. She turned in 2-over 39 and the again 9 supplied little aid with bogeys on 10, 11, 14 and 16. A comfort on 18th, which yielded her a birdie for the third day operating, was little compensation. She carded 78 for a 11-under complete.

Diksha Dagar had earlier missed the minimize.


1. Bronte Legislation (210)

2. Corridor Georgia (211)

3. Grant Linn (212)

4. Hull Charley (213)

5. Hillier Whitney (215)

T6. Brewerton Becky (216)

T6. Garcia Nicole (216)

T6. Gustavvson Johanna (216)

T9. Hedwall Caroline (217)

T9. Van Dam Anne (217)

T9. Witt Sophie (217)

T56. Tvesa Malik (230)

Tvesa, who has determined to take the subsequent week off, mentioned, “I simply need to take every week off and get my recreation collectively. A whole lot of the season remains to be left. I'm comfortable I confirmed a struggle - particularly on the again 9 of the second day - however am upset that I left an excessive amount of on the market in any other case. I have to work to get my act collectively for the rest of the season.”

Monster putt

Bronte Legislation, who earlier within the week referred to as for extra girls’s occasions alongside the lads, holed a monster putt from round 55 toes. Her again 9 was rocky and included a double bogey on par-5 thirteenth. She fell again however then a vital par on 14th was adopted by two nice birdies on fifteenth and sixteenth, bringing her to 7-under with two holes to go.

By then Linn Grant (69) completed sensationally. She had six birdies within the final seven holes and completed at 7-under solely to be overtaken by Georgia Corridor. Enjoying one group forward of Bronte Legislation, Georgia, began the day at 6-under, and was 1-under by way of the entrance 9. Then from the tenth to seventeenth she and not using a both a birdie or bogey.

A closing birdie took Georgia to 8-under and previous final week’s winner Grant. Georgia then waited for Bronte, who want a birdie to drive a play-off or an eagle to win outright. On the 18th Bronte, then 7-under, simply landed on the inexperienced together with her second shot on the quick Par-5 18th. She confronted an enormous 55-foot putt an eagle. Bronte stared down the putt and rolled it proper into the center of the cup for a surprising win and held her palms aloft as the gang went ecstatic.

Georgia (71) ended second one shot behind, whereas Grant, who turns 23 on Monday, was denied a second win in two weeks and ended third. Charley Hull (69) was fourth.

Within the playoff for the Staff competitors, Staff Nicole Garcia beat Staff Ursula Wikstrom. Diksha’s group, which was led by Ana Pelaez, was sixth and Tvesa Malik’s group was tied-Twenty sixth.


SQUASH - Anahat Singh wins Asian Junior title

Promising Indian participant Anahat Singh received the gold medal within the women Below-15 class on the Asian Junior Squash Championships in Pattaya, Thailand.

The event, which began within the picturesque seaside city on Wednesday, concluded on Sunday.

The 14-year-old Anahat defeated Kwong Ena of Hong Kong 3-0 within the ultimate to assert the highest prize. She reached the finals with out dropping a single recreation within the event.

Anahat had defeated Malaysian high seed Whitney Isabelle Wilson 3-0 within the semifinals.

To this point, Anahat has received 46 nationwide circuit titles, two nationwide championships and eight worldwide titles. She is the one Indian woman to win the US Junior Open in any class and the British Junior Open.

At 14, Anahat would be the youngest participant to signify India on the World Juniors Squash Championships in Nancy, France, later this 12 months.


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